A common New Year's Resolution is to eat healthier, but of course this often doesn't last long, as over the years, we seem to have developed a warped sense of what is actually "healthy" when it comes to food, and what we think of as "healthy" often doesn't taste all that great. After all, who wants to eat "low-fat" (i.e. low-flavor) foods all the time? The good news is, truly healthy food tastes awesome! So you can actually eat well, and enjoy your food! But first you have to learn how to tell what healthy food really is - which is one of the reasons I started this blog in the first place.
A great example - and one I will explain in more detail today - is the oft-vilified egg. I have defended eggs on many occasions, but I haven't written about them in a while, and I thought it would be a good topic to revisit, with all the talk of healthy eating going around at the start of the new year.
So just why did eggs get such a bad rap? And what is the real deal with cholesterol? Read on to find out the truth about eggs - and what they actually do for your health....
Many people start off the New Year with resolutions to improve their health. Exercise is a common goal, but so is cleansing/detoxing and losing weight. A healthy, safe detoxification program can be a great way to improve your health this year - but you've got to make sure you're choosing the right one. A lot of the so-called "detox" programs out there are at best ineffective, and at worst, actually harmful to your health.
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Well, here we are in January already - the New Year has begun! What are your goals for this year? Do you set New Year's Resolutions, or go by some other formula to set out your annual plan?
Personally, I prefer goals to "resolutions" - perhaps because, as I was reading in an article earlier this week, resolutions usually seem rather vague, which is probably why so many fail to keep them. I find the more specific a goal is, the better chance I have of accomplishing it. So I've been hard at work over the past few weeks, designing plans for my 2015 - and will continue to do so for the next several weeks as I get things in order.
I thought I'd share a few of my goals with you in today's post, as well as some tips for successfully setting (and keeping) your own goals for the year....